Lucapa Diamond Company has partnered with a leading international diamantaire to transform a 36-carat rough diamond from the Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho, Africa into six rare D-coloured diamonds.
Lucapa Diamond Company closed off 2019 with a record annual diamond production of 49,120 carats, achieving combined sales of $US55 million ($79.2 million) for the year.
Lucapa Diamonds has sold $9.1 million worth of diamonds from its Lulo project in Angola at the completion of its second sale for 2017.
Australian-based Lucapa and its partners Empresa Nacional de Diamantes E.P. and Rosas and Petalas, are pleased to announce the recovery of a 227 carat diamond from the Lulo Diamond Project in Angola. Testing on a Yehuda colorimeter has confirmed the 227 carat diamond is a premium-quality Type IIa D-colour gem. The 227 carat Lulo diamond … Continue reading Massive diamond found in Angola
The first sale of diamonds for the year from Lucapa Diamond’s Lulo project in Angola has sold for nearly $5 million.
Australia’s Lucapa Diamond has secured a 70 per cent interest in Mothae Diamonds, which holds significant diamond resources in Lesotho, Southern Africa.
Lucapa Diamond has discovered pink diamonds after mining trials in a new section of its Lulo alluvial diamond mine in Angola. The area, known as E46, found several diamonds, including a 0.2 carat intense fancy pink diamond, a 59 carat Type I diamond and a 33 carat Type IIa D colour diamond. The company stated … Continue reading More pink diamonds discovered
Australian miner Lucapa Diamond has sold its enormous 404 carat stone.
Lucapa has recovered a 404.2 carat diamond.
A large 133.4 carat diamond has been recovered from Lucapa Diamond’s Lulo deposit.
Lucapa Diamond’s has uncovered more diamonds bearing pipes near its existing diamond mine.
Lucapa Diamond has recovered its largest diamond yet since alluvial mining commenced at the Lulo Diamond Project in Angola in January 2015